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No more published; the commission, which was organized Oct. 26, 1909, for a five-year period, went out of existence Dec. 31, 1914, and its unfinished work was assumed by the International Health Commission, an organization created by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1913
no. 1. Soil pollution as cause of ground-itch, hookworm disease ... and dirt eating. By C. W. Stiles. 1910.--no. 2. First annual report of the scientific secretary. 1911.--no. 3. Organization, activities, and results up to December 31, 1910. (Cover-title: Report of administrative secretary) 1910. Forms the First annual report; the first report of the scientific secretary was issued separately.--no. 4. State systems of public health in twelve southern states. 1911.--no. 5. Second annual report. 1911.--no. 6. Hookworm infection in foreign countries. 1911.--no. 7. Third annual report. 1912.--no. 8. Fourth annual report. 1913. Jan. 1914.--no. 9. Fifth annual report. 1914. Jan. 1915